The Sounds of Carnival
The Sounds of Carnival
Revel Unit hosted 325 people on the road for
The Sounds of Carnival during Cayman Carnival Batabano 2019.
Sounds of Carnival Soca and Calypso t-shirts.
Groovy upgrades: bikinis, boyshorts, monokinis
Mondaywear by LAVA: Jab Jab and Chutney
Feather add-ons by Mystique Mas: Bouyon, Compas, Rapso, and Zouk
We fell so in love with the road!
View highlights of #RUOnTheRoad2019
during Cayman Carnival Batabano 2019.
We are a tribe of like-minded, free-spirited, soca-loving people
who just want to live life like we're playing Mas!
Each Revel Unit experience is created by soca lovers, for soca lovers.
We aim to create the experience we want to have ourselves.
We believe in love, unity, and "Pump over Pose" - the true essence of Carnival.
Since 2016, Revel Unit has created memorable experiences that surprise and delight our patrons. From backyard fetes to chippin' down the road and more, Revel Unit focuses on quality and delivers experiences that go above, beyond, and are not to be missed.
At Revel Unit, we love partying with a purpose and so we donate a portion of all event revenues to local charitable initiatives.
Following Cayman Carnival Batabano 2018 and 2019, we donated a portion of all registration fees to the Frances Bodden Children’s Home.
Frances Bodden Children's Home is a live-in facility that houses youth deemed, by the Courts, to be in need of protection and specialist care.
Thanks to the collective support of our revellers, residents and staff were treated to an afternoon of cultural creativity with a fun, guided art class taught by the Art Nest!
Following Cayman Carnival Batabano 2017, we donated a portion of all registration fees to two local charitable initiatives: Youth ACT and the TAYA Lounge.
Youth ACT (Youth Anti-Crime Trust) focuses on combating the causes of crime among young people through projects such as day-long crime awareness and prevention events at local high schools, music therapy in the prison system, and the skateboard programme that is run in partnership with the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
TAYA Lounge (Teen and Youth Adult Lounge) is the public-facing space of the Cayman Islands Crisis Centre where the Centre hosts group counselling sessions, family get-togethers and most importantly, a safe place for teens and young adults to go and hang out. In addition, the TAYA Lounge is a place where people who have differences of opinion or have different lifestyles are welcomed and supported. It’s all about unity … togetherness!
We’re proud to support these initiatives and our revelers took to the road feeling good about their part in this too.